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J 188AQUAH PRIg88 4 ln~aqnah, washington (Continued from Page One) park pool hours will start with 12:30 to 9 p.m. Because the beaches will be open 70 hours a week it will take a staff of seven each for Angle Lake beach, Steel Lake and Enumclaw Park pool and three at Enatai beach soutit of Bellevue. Other parks beaches are at Dockton on Vashon Island, Si View, Juanita and Lakewood. The summer staff, principally college physical-education majors or physical-education teachers, receive from $285 to $340 a month, depending on their experience and responsi- bility. Prescott said a large proportion of these persons have come up through the park department's swimming pro- gram, many from childhood, and have done part-time and volunteer work before getting their summer assignments. All have had life-saving and first-aid training and get daily additional drill on their duties. Most serve at least three sea- sons, but some have returned for as many as nine seasons. In an effort to distribute the enrollment among different beaches and at different times, the department programs swimming instruction accord- ing to school district, the dis- tricts will frequently provide bus transportation for en- rollees. The schedule for swim- ming schools is: South Central District, Angle Lake, June 17 - 28, 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Federal Way District, Steel Lake, July 1 - 12, 10 a.m. to 12 noon, 1 to 3 p.m. Enumclaw District, Enum- claw pool, 10 a.m to 12 noon, lto3p.m. Highline District's school will be at Angle Lake from July 1 to August 9, three sessions. Black Diamond classes, Enumclaw pool, July 15 - 26, 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Auburn District, Steel Lake, July 15 - 26, 10 a.m. to 12 noon, Ito3p.m. Issaquah District, at Lake Sammamish State Park, July Twenty-four robbers Came knocking at my door. As I ran out, They ran in, And this is what they had to say; Spanish lady, do the splits, splits, splits, splits. Spanish lady, give a hard kick, kick, kick. Spanish lady turn around, a- round, around. Spanish lady touch the ground, ground, ground. Spanish lady, get out of my town. As I was in the kitchen, Doin a little stitchin', In popped the boogy man And out popped I. Mrs. Sippi lives on shore She has children 3 and 4. The oldest one is twenty-four She shall marry a tinker, tail- or, cowboy, sailor, rich man, poor man, beggerman, thief, doctor, lawyer, merchant, chief. Charlie Chaplin went to Fran~: To teach the ladies to criss- cross dance. First on heels, then on toes, Then around and around she goes. Bow to the captain Curtsy to the queen Turn your back to the old sar- dine. Hi Ha Silver! How about a date? Meet me at the corner At half-past eight. I can do the rhumba I can do the splits. I can wear short shorts Up to my hips. I'm a little Dutch girl Dressed in blue, These are the things I like to do: Salute to the Captain, Curtsy to the queen, Turn my back to mean old king. Eat what you ought to. Eat what you should. Eat what your Mother says good ! And every every morning Chew your chocks In the bottle or the box. Hi Ha Texaco Over the hill to Mexico! (turn when it says over) 15-26, 1 to 4 p.m. Kent District, Steel Lake, I'm alittle Dutchgirl July 29 - August 9, 10 a.m. to Dressed in blue. 12 noon, 1 to 3 p.m. I have a boy friend, This is what he'd do: JUMP-ROPE Give me peaches, (Continued from Page One) Give me pear, Give me kisses lore is what it certainly is, ac- Bright and fair. cording to Prof. Henry Person is LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE No. 863 - King County No. aS9 - King County No. 848 - King County KING COUNTY COMMI.~51ONER'S KING'COUNTY COMMI881ONER'S JOB COMPLETION NOTICE DF.,SCRIPTION AND ESTIMATE DESCRIPTION AND ESTIMATE Notice: ?~oUee Notice Off'lee of KIng County Engineer, Seattle, Washington Office of County Road Engineer, Office of County Road Engineer, Seattle, May 23, 1963 Seattle, May 13, 1963 Description and final cost of work per- t'armed by the King County Commission- Description: CRP 284k3-8 Description: CRP 394k3- N er's District No. 2. lb~olntlan No. gSt~l Resolution No. ~02 Date: February 15, 1963, Name of Project: Entwhistle Street Job No.:C.SM~-63-S. Name of Project: I24th Avenue SE. ISSH 15-B to Carnation City Limits) (S.E. 256thSt. toSSH-5-A) Description of Job: District Wide - Sec. 30Twp 22 N.R 5 EWM. Sec. 16 Twp. 25 N.R 7 EWM Frost Damage Repair. Description of Work: Roadway prepa- Total Cost: $23,S17.39 Description of Work: Roadway preps- ration, adding crushed stone base and ration, shoulder restoration and finish cover stone and finish with light bitumi- Publication Date: May30, 1003. with bituminous plant mix. noun surface treatment. Approximate Length 0.60 mile. Esti- Approximate Length 0.35 mile. Esti- Publishedinthelssaquah Press. mate of Cost: $9,30000. mate of Cost: $2,500.00. LEGAL NOTICE Published in the Issaquah Press May Published in the Issaquah Press May No.841 - KingCounty 30, 1963. 3O, 1003, JOB COMPLETION NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE Notice: No. S64 - King County No. ~ - King County Office of King County Engineer, KING COUNTY COMMISSIONER'S KING COUNTY COMMI~IONER'S Seattle, Washington DESCRIPTIONANDESTIMATE DESCKIPTIONANDESTIMATE Description and final cost of work performed by the King County Commis- Notice Notice sioner's District No. 2. Office of County Road Engiseer, Office of County Road Engineer, Date: April 9, 1963. Seattle, May 23, 1963 Seattle, May 13, 1963 Job No.: CSM -7-2 Description: CKP Y/4k%8 Description: CRP ~14k~-N DescrtpUon of Job: Frost Damage Re- Resolution NO. ~ Resolution No. ~01 pair. Name of Protect: S.W. 139th Street (2nd Nbme of Project: Big Rock Road (SSH Total Cost $10,921.48 Ave. S.W. to 4th Ave. S.WJ S.W. 138th No. 15-B to easterly4.0 miles) Street list Ave. So. to 2nd Ave. S.W.) See. 24, 19, 20, 28 & 29 Twp. 26 N.R. Publication Date: May30. 1963 See 18 Twp. 23 N.R. 4 EWM. 6 & 7 EWM. Published in the Issaquah Press. Description of Work: Placing crushed Description of Work: Pulverize exist-LEGAL NOTICE stone base and top course on roadway ing surface on 2 miles of proleet, adding and finish with bituminous plant mix. crushed stone base and top course and No. 850- King County light bituminous surface treatment on Approximate Length 0.30 miles. EsU- entire4miles. mate of Cost: g14,000.00. JOB COMPLETION NOTICE Published in the Issaquah Press May Approximate Length 4.0 miles. EsU- Notice: 30, In. mate of Cost: $FA,990.00. Office of King County Engineer, LEGALNOTICE Published in the Issaquah Press May ~atUe.WashJngton 30, 1963. Description and final cost of work performed by the King County Commis- NO. 8415 - King County LEGAL NOTICE sinner's District No. 2 KING COUNTY COMMI~IONER'S DESCRIPTION AND ESTIMATE No. HI -- KIng CoUUty Date: April 12. 1963. Notice KING COUNTY COMMIS81ONER'8 Job No.: CSM-I-~-S DESCRIPTION AND ESTIMATE Office of County Road Engineer, Description of Job: "T" Bridge #3130 Seattle, May 23, 1963 Notice Redeck and Repair. Description: CliP 2~63-S Office o/County Road Engineer, Total Cost: $6,549.12. Seattle, May 13, 1963 Resolution No. 2585@ De|¢ription: CRW~g ~ Publication Date: May 30, 1963. Name of Project: S.W. 140th Street (1st Published in the Issaquah Press. Ave, S. to 2nd Ave. S.W.) 1st Avenue S.W. Resolution No. (S.W. 1361h St. to S,W. 1401h St.) Name of Project: Issaquah-Pine Lake LEGALNOT|CE See. lS Twp. 9~t N.R. 4 EWM. Road (Pettits Corner to 228th Ave. S.E.) Na.S$1- Kins CAmnty Description of Work: Placing crushed Sec. 10 Twp. 24 N.R. 6 EWM JOB COMPLETION NOTICE stone base and top course on roadway, installation of manholes and finish with Description of Work: preliminary en- Notlee: bituminousplant mix. gineering and right of way acquisition. OmeeefKIngCeuntyEnglaeer, Approximate Length 0.75 mile. Esti- 8eottle, Wmhthl~ Approximate Length 0.4 mile. Esti- mate ofCost: $4,000.00. mate ofCost: $15,000.30. Description and final cost of work performed by the King County Commis- in the Issaquah Press May sioner's District No. 2. Published Published in the Issaquah Press May 30, 1963. 30, 1963. LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE Date: April I, 1963. Job No.: CSM-2a~S. NO. 898- King County NO. 882- King County Description of Job: Special Storm KING COUNTY COMMI881ONER'S KING COUNTY COMMI~IONER'8 Drain maintenance. District wide. DESCRIPTION AND ESTIMATE DESCRIPTION AND ESTIMATE Total Cost: $6,~'~5.12 Notice Nonce Publication Date: May 30, 1963. OflSee ef County Road Engineer, Offlee d County Road Engineer, Seattle, May 23, 1963 Seattle, May 23, 1963 Published in the Issaquah Press. Description: CRP 25-63-8 Description: CIgP m41&$ LEGAL NOTICE Resolution No. g.~$$8 Resolution No. ~ No. 852 - King County Name of Project: Peaseley Canyon Name of Project: S. g. 1851h St. (140th JOB COMPLETION NOTICE Road (Military Road to Peaseley Canyon). Ave. S.E. to 0.5 mile easterly) NoUee: Sec. 15 Twp. 21 N.R 4 EWM. See. 2¢$ Twp. 23 N.R. 5 EWM ames of King County Engineer, of the University of Washing- Cinderella - dressed in yells Description of Work: Ditching and Description of Work: Roadway prepa- ~attle, Washington ton English Department. Went upstairs to kiss her fella, shoulder restoration and roadway sur- ration and adding crushed stone base Description and final east of work Person points out that the Made a mistake and kissed a facinglay, with bituminous plant mix over- andborrow.tOp course with selected roadway performedsioner,sDtstrictbY theNo.King2. County Commis- jump-rope rhymes in some re- snake. Approximate Length 0.50 mile. EsU- Approximate Length 0.50 mile. Esti- spects resemble the early Eng- How many doctor,¢ will it take? mateofCost:$10,00o.0o. Puhlished in the lssaquah Press May 30, 1963. Mable, Mable, set the table, Don't forget the red hot pepper. (jump as fast as they can) Date: April 24, 1963. Job No.: C.R.P. 9-~-S Description of Job: Surfacing Roadway Lake Walker Road. LEGAL NOTICE Total Cost: $2,~2.00. Publication Date May 30, 1963. No. 8~/- KIng County KING COUNTY COMMISSIONER'S Mother, Mother I am ill KING COUNTY COMMISSIONER'S DESCRIPTION AND ESTIMATE Published in the Issaquah Press, Send for the Doctor over the DESCRIPTION AND ESTIMATE Notice ~ALNOTICE hill Notice Office of County Road Engineer, No. 8,54 - FAng CAm n~y In came the Doctor - in came Seattle, May 13, 1963 Office of County Road Engineer, the nurse. Seattle, May 23, 1963 DeseripUon: COH I&41&N KING COUNTY COMM1881ONER'S In came the lady with the alli- DE~CKIPTIONANDESTIMATE gator purse. Description: CRP 24413-8 Resolution No. ~?~M~ Notice I don't want the nurse, Resolution No. 2005?Name of Project: 3rd Avenue N.W. (Rich- Office of Cmmty load Engineer, I don't want the Doctor Name of Project: South 148th Street let mond Beach Road to N.W. 19Sth St.) Seattle, May 13, 1963. I don't want the nurse, all as listed. See. 1 Twp. 26 N.R. 3 EWM De~ripUon: CB.F 00-~$-N I want the lady See. 22 Twp. 23 N.R. 4 EWM. Description of Work: Grading, and me- Reeelntiou No. F.q4~g With the alligator purse! dium type asphalt paving. (Portion of Out went the Doctor Description of Work: Roadway preps- road restoration for Ronald Sewer Name of Project: S.E. 16th St. (153rd ration, adding crushed stone base and District). Ave. S.E.to 156thAve.S.E.) Out went the nurse top course and finishing with light bite- In stayed the lady minous surface treatment. Approximate Length 0.40 miles. Eati- Sec.gTwp. 24N.R.SEWM. With the alligator purse. Approximate Length 0.75 mile. Esti- mateofCost:$2,S37.40 Description of Work: Improve drain- mate of Cast: $10,~00.00, Published in the Issaquah Press May age facilities by adding 850 L.F. of 24"' Published in the Issaquah Press May 30, 1963. conerete culvert pipe and install 4 catch 30, ln, LEGAL NOTICE mate of Cost: $6,000.30. Published in the Issaquah Press May 30, 1963. iish a~d American ballads: 1,2,3, etc. Their actual authors are un- known. They are handed on orally and preserved solely by memory. There is no one "right" version, and anyone who learns them may make changes which, if others like them, may in turn be handed on. Despite their not being written down many of them show surprisingly little change over the past two generations, according to older poeple who recall what they "jump- ed to" in youth. Others have changed, however, with social and technological progress, al- though, apparently, the astro- naut age has not yet provided any new jump-rope rhyme ma- terial. Since this writer's school- ground days a rhyme has arisen in which Charlie Chaplin is the leading figure. This one is cur- rent at Clark. In some versions it is rendered "Charlie Chap- lum" by tots who have never heard of the real Chaplin. If you are a folklorist there is nothing childish about an in- terest in jump-rope rhymes. In fact, Professor Persons says, serious investigations of this very subject have been made in California and in some East- ern states, but nobody has done anything with it in this state, so far. A few of the examples col- lected by Mrs. Crow at Clark are printed here. The readers of the Issaquah Press are in- vited to contribute others to the collection. Each offering should be accompanied by the name of the person who pro- vides it and the year and the school where he heard or learned it. JUMP-ROPE RHYMES Little Miss Pinkie, All dressed in blue, Died last night at a quarter to two. LEGAL NOTICE No. 853 - King County Fudge, fudge call the judge. Mama has a newborn baby! It's a girl with a curl, No. 854 - mug County Driving daddy crazy. LEGAL NOTICE KING COUNTY COMMi8810~R'S Send her up the elevator. No. 008 -- King County DESCRIPTION AND ESTIMATE Send her up the excalator. First floor stop KING COUNTY COMMII IONEE'8 NoUee DBaCRIPTION AND K~FIMATB Second floor miss omve of County Road Engineer, Third floor kick her out the Notice Seattle, May13,1963 door. om~ of County Road Engineer, DeecripUon: COH 11-LI-N Seattle, May 23, 1963 R~olutlon NO. I~S~ Blue bells, cockle shells Description: CRP Name of Project: Entwhistle Street Eevy Ivy Overs Beeelntlon No. 2sa~a (SSH 15-B to Carnation City Limits.) In came the teacher Name of Project: S.W. 240th Street Sec. lSTwp. 25N.R. 7EWM. With a big fat stick! (52nd Ave. S.W. to Luana Beach Road) Now it's time for arithmetic! Description of Work: Roadway preps- One and one are two. See. 14,23Twp.22N.R. 3EWM ration, adding crushed stone base and top course and finish with light bitumi- Two and two are four. Description of Work: Clearing, grub* nous surface treatment. Four and four are eight, bing, drainage and adding crushed stone base and top eourse to improve roadway. Approximate Length 0.35 miles. Esti- Now it's time for spelling, mate of cost $2J~o.00. Approximate Length 0.70 mile. Eati- D-o-g spells dog mate of Cost $18,000D0. Published in the lssaquah Press May C-a-t spells cat ~0, 1ms. Published in the Issaquah Press May C-a-r spells car so, Now its time for Red Hot Pep- pers! The last meeting of Cub Pack Before she died, she told me 604, was held Friday evening this - at Lake Samammish State Park, Close your eyes and count to 10 with a potluck dinner, Attend- If you miss you take an end. ing were Mr, and Mrs. Dwight Roblson. Micheal, Debbie, basins. Approximate Length 850 L.F. Estimate of Cost: $6,000.00. Published in the Issaquah Press May 30, 19~3. I~GAL NOTICE No,87Z -MIngComnty NOnCE OF KING COUIWgY ~l'8 RaND KIgDF.MPTION Notice is hereby given that on the 1st day of July, 1968, l shall upon presen- thUon at the aries of County Treasurer, King County, Washington, redeem the following bonds: King County Water District No. 72 Revenue ssond, l~al, issued under date of July L ~ Bonds numbered 71 to ~ inclusive. King County Trea- surer's Reference No. 540 King County Water District No. 73 Revenue Bonds, I~2, issued under date of July I, 1942. Bonds numbered I~ and 13, inclusive. King County Treasurer's Reference No. 1008. Interest on the above bonds will cease LEGAL NOTICE July 1, 1965. LEGAL NOTICE No.BTI - King Cognty Duted at Seattle, Washington" this Sth No.US - King Cmmty dayofMay, INS. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE KING COUNTY COMMISSIONERS STATE OF WASHINGTON IN ANDA.A. TREMPER DEaCIUPTION AND ESTIMATE FOR THE COUNTY OF KING King CountyTreasurer Nottee JUVENILE COUI~ Cue No. ~1578 NOTICE In the matter of the welfare of WENDY LEE PETRI~ON. TO SYLVIA RAY CANHAM PETER- SON, Mother, Whereabouts Unknown; and to all whom it may concern: Office dC~lnty ~ Engineer, Seattle, May 13, 1963 Deecrtption: ERP 004S-N RmmluUnu NO. Name of project: Serpentine Place (el al.) as listed. Blondie and Dagwood Chuckie and Denise, Mr. and Description of Work: Roadway prepa- Went to town. Mrs. Elmer johnson, Dan, Tom, ration, adding crushed stone top course You are hereby notified that on the Blondie bought a pair of shoes, John and Marylou, Mr. and Mrs. and finish with light bttuminous surface lath day of March. 1~ a petition was treatment. ' filed in the above entitled Court by Cookie bought the evening Phillip Hobbs and Matt and Mr. THERESA M. THORNTON, Paternal News. ' and Mrs. Joel Alldredge and Approximate Length 1,00 mile. Esti- Grandmother, having for its object the mateofCost:$6,g07.00, disposition of the said WENDY LEE This is what it said - son David. PE~fERSON and her permanent custody Close your eyes and count to 10 Mr, and Mrs, Joel AlldredgePublished in the Issaquah Press May and eontrnl, it appearing from the said ~f you miss you take an end - and family will move to their a0,1ma, havePetiti°nthaty°u'theM°ther°fsaidehilddeserted her. 1, 2, 3, and as far as they can new Lake Washington home as until theymiss, soon as school is out. ThePyatt home. Alldredges have been renting Dancing at Vase Park onS~- Johnny over the ocean, the Palmer home on Beaver urday were Mr. and Mrs. Rober~ Johnnyover the sea, Lake. Naber0 Mr. and Mrs. Herb Johnny broke a milk bottle Seniors from the Lake en- Thomas and Mr. and Mrs. El- And blamed it on to me. joying last Wednesday's trip mer Johnson. The group then I told Ma. to Victoria were Dan Adams, went to the new Mandarin Res- Marylou johnson, Alan Scott, taurant in Bellevue for a mid- Ma told Pa. and jim Hoodless. Mr. and night snack. Johnnygot a whippin, Mrs. Frank Hoodleaa accom-Mr. and Mrs. Ken MacKenzie Ha Ha Ha! panied the group as chaperones, and children went to Sun Lakes How many whippin'sdid heget? EnJoipg the good clam tides State Park for tbe weekend. I, 2, 3, 4, etc. at Hoods Canal over the week- The fishing was nil. Said petition will be heard on the 2nd day of July, 1003, at the hour of 1:30 o'clock P.M., at the King County Juvenile Court, 1211 E. Aider, Seattle, Washington, before the Judge of the above entitled Court, such as shull appear to be for the welfare of the said WENDY LEE PETER- SON), Dated this l~h day of May, 19~3. NORMAN R, RIDDELL, County Clerk By MARY E. HOWARD Deputy Clerk By Roland C. Nolle, Deputy end Were Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Mrs. Fred Herman attended Not last nite Bailey and Darlene. The Ball- tbe Rhododendron Show at the But the nite before, eys were guests at the Roy Seattle Center on Saturday. Date of publication, May 30, 1[;03, in the lasaquah Press. LEGAL NOTICE No. 87S - King ~nty KING COUNTY COMMI~IONKIg'8 DgaCRIPTION AND ESTIMATE N~dee Office of County ~ RSO~r, Seattle, May 13, 1~ IM~edptiml: CRW&E Re~lutlOn No. Name of Projeet: S.E. 4lath (31~th Ave. S.E. to ~Sth Ave. S,E.) Snc. 9, lS Twp. 20 N.R. 6 EWM. Description of Work: Preliminary en- gineering plans and right of way eequisi- non. Apprex/mate Length L0 m/le. Esti- mate of Colt: $~,5e0.00. Published in the Issaquah Press May $6, 1063. NEWSPAPER STU$ ROLLS -- Goal for cov~rin9 ba~qunt tablm% flo~-., (Seal) , during painting, kids scribbling, lining Date of first publication, May30, 1003. shelves, and any other um you can Published in the Issaquah Press May put nnwsprint to. 5¢: a pound. Pick up 30,JuneSand 13, 1963. ot Issoquah Press, Issaqunh, Wash. I-ff #